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    M&M’s Packaging- Christina Bull

    A reimagined package for M&M’s candies. The overall design is based on the image of an M&M”s “cross-section.” individual units for the product are contained by a carrying case  which conveniently converts into a tabletop store display.

    — 2 days ago with 6 notes
    #m&ms  #Packaging  #graphic design  #christina bull  #christina bull design  #candy 

    House Industries Rebrand- Christina Bull

    A complete rebrand for House Industries– a prolific type and design studio based in Yorklyn, Delaware. In addition to the production of typefaces, House specializes in manufacturing everyday goods that showcase their typography. Such materials include accessories, posters, housewares, and clothing,. The distortions of the logo and the variety of colorful textures implemented across all materials of the new identity are intended tp emphasize House’s unique breadth of printed matter. Elements of the rebrand include a website, an unfolding  newsletter, and stationary.

    — 1 week ago with 2 notes
    #branding  #visual identity  #house industries  #type foundry  #christina bull  #christina bull design  #graphic design 

    Censorship Catalouge- Christina Bull

    A catalogue of 24 books in the Pratt Institute Library on censorship. Translucent pages feature obscuring rectangles which reveal content beneath when turned.

    — 1 month ago with 56 notes
    #censorship  #free speech  #catalouge  #bookmaking  #graphic design  #christina bull  #christina bull design 

    Existential Crisis Gum- Christina Bull

    An alternative book about existential crises. Questions on existence are printed directly on the sticks of gum, implying the audience must “chew on” these inquiries for themselves.

    — 1 month ago with 64 notes
    #existential crisis  #gum  #fine art  #bookmaking  #christina bull  #christina bull design